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Be The Match Registry Drive finds 370 students for bone marrow donations

2:01 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
UW-Oshkosh students Molly Roffers and Ben Sanderfoot sign registry forms at a Be The Match Registry Drive for bone marrow donors on the UWO campus. Sanderfoot has already been matched with a patient.
UW-Oshkosh students Molly Roffers and Ben Sanderfoot sign registry forms at a Be The Match Registry Drive for bone marrow donors on the UWO campus. Sanderfoot has already been matched with a patient.
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On April 24 and 25, a campus-wide Be The Match Registry Drive took place at UW-Oshkosh. With the support of the Honors Program, several faculty members, and a handful of sports teams, the newly formed UWO Be The Match Club far surpassed their wildest ambitions by finding 370 students willing to commit to donating bone marrow to a complete stranger if they were matched. This puts the cumulative total from the two drives at 539. Of which at least one student has already been matched with a patient, graduating senior Ben Sanderfoot.

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